Big Fish

Big Fish is a 2003 American fantasy drama adventure film directed by Tim Burton and produced by Richard D. Zanuck, Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks.  The screenplay was written by John August and is based on the novel Big Fish: A Novel of Epic Proportions by Daniel Wallace.

Big Fish | Big Fish Movie Poster | 2003 | Ewan McGreggor | Albert Finney | Billy Crudup | Jessica Lange | Helena Bonham Carter | Alison Lohman | Robert Guillaume | Marion Cotillard | Matthew McGrory | David Denman | Missi Pyle | Steve Buscemi | Danny DeVito | Miley Cyrus | Deep Roy | Tim Burton | |
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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains fighting, brief nudity and suggestive references)
Run Time:  2h 5min
Release Date:  January 9, 2004 (USA)
Genre:  Adventure, Fantasy, Drama
Director:  Tim Burton
Studio:  Columbia Pictures
Budget:  $70 Million
Box Office:  $122.9 Million

Big Fish stars Ewan McGregor, Albert Finney, Billy Crudup, Jessica Lange, Helena Bonham Carter, Alison Lohmman, Robert Guillaume, Marion Cotillard, Matthew McGrory, David Denman, Missi Pyle, Steve Buscemi, Danny DeVito, Miley Cyrus and Deep Roy.

Big Fish is the story of the incredible life of Edward Bloom (Albert Finney), a charismatic story teller and his estranged son Will (Billy Crudup) who is an international journalist. Will gets news from his mother Sandra (Jessica Lange) that his father is stricken with cancer and the doctors have decided to discontinue chemotherapy treatments. She tells him that he should return to see him one last time before he passes.

Upon hearing the news, Will and his wife Josephine (Marion Cotillard), a French freelance photojournalist who is pregnant with their first child, leave their Paris home to return to Will’s hometown of Ashton, Alabama. Will has not spoken to his father since his wedding where he married Josephine 3 years ago. Will’s issue with his father is the fanciful tales Edward has told of his life, throughout his life, not only to Will but the whole world.

With a child on the way, Will doesn’t want to be the kind of father Edward was to him. Edward was a traveling salesman and largely absent. As a result, Will believes his father to be a liar that never really cared for his family. Now, sitting at his fathers bedside, Will begs him father to be himself. He so dearly wants to figure out who he really was. He wants to finally separate the fact from fiction in all of his stories. His father tells Will that he has been nothing but himself since the day he was born, and if he can’t see that, it is his fault and not Edward’s.

Meanwhile, his father suffers a stroke and is no longer able to tell stories. He is able to ask to tell him a story of how his life ends. Deciding to play along, Will tells his own impromptu tall tale. His father regains some strength and Will tells him that they escape from the hospital and jump into Edwards old car and they speed to a nearby river, where all their friends and family are waiting. Instead of a funeral, they are holding a goodbye party, and Edward happily bids them farewell as he transforms into a catfish and swims away. Shortly afterwords, Edward passes. Will is the only one present when his father dies and is deeply happy they connected at last.

At Edward’s funeral, Will, Josephine, Sandra and Edward’s doctor are the only ones in attendance. Then a long line of cars, vans and buses arrive and it is here that Will becomes astonished to see all of the characters from Edward’s stories show up to pay their respects to Edward. However, each of them is slightly less fantastical than they’re described in Edward’s stories. It finally becomes clear that Edward had combined his love for storytelling with his own reality, which finally made sense to Will. When his own son is born, Will passes the stories on to him, remarking that his father became his stories allowing him to live forever.

Movie Quotes

“There are some fish that cannot be caught. It’s not that they are faster or stronger than the other fish, they’re just touched by somethin’ extra.” – Ed Bloom (Young) 
“You were a big fish in a small pond, but this here is the ocean and you’re drownin’. Take my advice, go back to Puddleville; you’ll be happy there.” – Amos Calloway

“It was that night I discovered that most things you consider evil or wicked are simply lonely, and lackin’ in the social niceties.” – Ed Bloom (Young)

“In tellin’ the story of my father’s life, it’s impossible to separate fact from fiction, the man from the myth. The best I can do is tell it the way he told me. It doesn’t always make sense and most of it never happened… but that’s what kind of story this is.” – William Bloom

“They say when you meet the love of your life, time stops, and that’s true. What they don’t tell you is that when it starts again, it moves extra fast to catch up.” – Ed Bloom (Senior)

A man tells his story so many times that he becomes the stories. They live on after him, and in that way he becomes immortal.” – William Bloom (Young)

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Movie Stars

Ewan McGreggor as Ed Bloom (Young)

Albert Finney as Ed Bloom (Senior)

Billy Crudup as Will Bloom

Jessica Lange as Sandra Bloom

Helena Bonham Carter as Jenny (Young) / The Witch

Alison Lohman as Sandra Bloom (Young)

Robert Guillaume as Dr. Bennett (Senior)

Marion Cotillard as Josephine Bloom

Matthew McGrory as Karl the Giant

David Denman as Don Price (Age 18-22)

Missi Pyle as Mildred

Steve Buscemi as Northern Winslow

Danny DeVito as Amos Calloway

Miley Cyrus as Ruthie (Age 8)

Deep Roy as Mr. Soggybottom

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Dogma is a 1999 American comedy drama adventure film directed by Kevin Smith and produced by Scott Mosier.  The screenplay was written by Kevin Smith.

Dogma | Dogma Movie Poster | 1999 | Kevin Smith | Matt Damon | Ben Affleck | Linda Fiorentino | Alan Rickman | Jason Mewes | Salma Hayek | Chris Rock | George Carlin | Alanis Morisette | Jason Lee | Janeane Garofalo | Brian O'Halloran | Jeff Anderson | Ethan Suplee | Gwyneth Paltrow | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains strong language including sex-related dialogue, crude humor and some drug content)
Run Time:  2h 10min
Release Date:  November 12, 1999 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Romance, Comedy
Director:  Kevin Smith
Studio:  Lion’s Gate Films
Budget:  $10 Million
Box Office:  $44 Million

Dogma stars Kevin Smith, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Linda Fiorentino, Alan Rickman, Jason Mewes, Salma Hayek, Chris Rock, George Carlin, Alanis Morisette, Jason Lee, Janeane Garofalo, Brian O’Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Ethan Suplee and Gwyneth Paltrow.

Dogma is the story of Bethany (Linda Fiorentino), an abortion clinic worker with a special heritage.  When Bethany is visited by the Metatron (Alan Rickman), he enlists her with a mission to help save humanity.  Meanwhile, two fallen angels, Loki (Matt Damon) and Bartleby (Ben Affleck), who were ejected from paradise and find themselves banned in Wisconsin.  They are now headed for New Jersey to exploit a loophole that can get them back into heaven.  The only catch is that it will destroy humanity.  Along the way, Bethany is aided by two prophets, Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith).  With the help of Rufus (Chris Rock), the 13th Apostle, they must stop those who stand in their way and prevent the angels from entering Heaven and undoing the fabric of the universe.

Movie Quotes

“Last four days on earth, if I had a dick I’d go get laid.” – Bartleby
We’ll do the next best thing, lets kill people.” – Loki 
“Mass genocide is the most exhausting activity one can engage in, next to soccer.” – Loki

“Mr. McGee, don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” – Bartleby

“I feel like I’m Han Solo, you’re Chewie, and she’s Ben Kenobi and we’re in that crazy bar.” – Jay

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Kevin Smith as Silent Bob

Matt Damon as Loki

Ben Affleck as Bartleby

Linda Fiorentino as Bethany

Alan Rickman as Metatron

Jason Mewes as Jay

Salma Hayek as Serendipity

Chris Rock as Rufus

George Carlin as Cardinal Glick

Alanis Morisette as God

Jason Lee as Azrael

Janeane Garofalo as Liz

Brian O’Halloran as Grant Hicks

Jeff Anderson as Gun Salesman

Ethan Suplee as Norman

Gwyneth Paltrow as Woman at Airport

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Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman: The Secret Service is a 2014 American action spy comedy adventure film directed by Matthew Vaughn and produced by Matthew Vaughn and David Reid.  The screenplay was written by Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn and is based on ‘The Secret Service’ by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.

Kingsman: The Secret Service | Kingsman: The Secret Service Movie Poster | 2015 | Taron Egerton | Colin Firth | Mark Strong | Samuel L. Jackson | Sophie Cookson | Sofia Boutella | Edward Holcraft | Mark Hamill | Michael Caine | Samantha Womack | Jack Davenport | Hanna Alstrom | Lily Travers | Matthew Vaughn | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains sequences of strong violence, language and some sexual content)
Run Time:  2h 9min
Release Date:  February 13, 2015 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Comedy, Spy
Director:  Matthew Vaughn
Studio:  20th Century Fox
Budget:  $94 Million
Box Office:  $414.4 Million

Kingsman: The Secret Service stars Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Samuel L. Jackson, Sophie Cookson, Sofia Boutella, Edward Holcraft, Mark Hamill, Michael Caine, Samanth Womack, Jack Davenport, Hanna Alstrom and Lily Travers.

Kingsman: The Secret Service is the story of Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin (Taron Egerton), an unrefined but promising street kid who lives with his mother in a South London housing estate and seems headed for a life behind bars.  Eggsy’s father died when he was young and his mother is now living with a creep who mistreats her and Eggsy.  When Eggsy has a run in with some nefarious sorts, he ends up getting arrested.

Just after his father died, a man at the funeral gave Eggsy a phone number to call if he ever needed help.  Remembering the instructions, he called the number leaves a message on the machine and shortly after a man named Harry Hart (Colin Firth) frees him from jail and tells Eggsy that he was a friend of his father’s.

When the man who Eggsy slighted wants some payback, Harry steps up and single-handedly takes care of him and his companions.  Harry then tells Eggsy that he is part of a secret organization called ‘The Kingsman’ which his father was also a member and that his father died trying to make the world safe.  Harry offers Eggsy an opportunity to be a Kingsman, and after accepting the offer, he begins a grueling training course.

Meanwhile, Harry is looking into the demise of another Kingsman agent and the trail leads him to tech billionaire Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson) who is planning to launch a diabolical plan to solve the problem of climate change via a worldwide killing spree using mind altering chips implanted in peoples cell phones.

Movie Quotes

“He made me kill professor Arnold. I god damn loved Professor Arnold.” – Richmond Valentine 
“Limits must be tested.” – Harry Hart

“So what does this do? Electrocute someone?” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin
“Don’t be ridiculous. It’s a hand grenade.” – Harry Hart
“Shut Up!” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

“Manners maketh man.” – Harry Hart

“I’m a Catholic whore, currently enjoying congress out of wedlock with my black Jewish boyfriend who works at a military abortion clinic. So hail Satan, and have a lovely day, madam.” – Harry Hart

“You shot a dog just to get a job?” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Taron Egerton as Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

Colin Firth as Harry Hart / Galahad

Mark Strong as Merlin

Samuel L. Jackson as Richmond Valentine / V

Sophie Cookson as Roxy

Sofia Boutella as Gazelle

Edward Holcraft as Charlie

Mark Hamill as Professor Arnold

Michael Caine as Arthur

Samantha Womack as Michelle Unwin

Jack Davenport as Lancelot

Hanna Alstrom as Princess Tilde

Lily Travers as Lady Sophie

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Zootopia is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated comedy film directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moor and produced by Clark Spencer.  The screenplay was written by Jared Bush and Phil Johnston and is based on the story by Byron Howard, Rich Moore, Jared Bush, Josie Trinidad, Phil Johnston and Jennifer Lee.

Zootopia | Zootopia Movie Poster | 2016 | Ginnifer Goodwin | Jason Bateman | Idris Elba | Jenny Slate | Nate Torrence | Bonnie Hunt | Don Lake | Tommy Chong | J.K. Simmons | Octavia Spencer | Alan Tudyk | Shakira | Tom Lister Jr. | Kristen Bell | Josh Dallas | Byron Howard | Rich Moore | |
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Rated:  PG (movie contains thematic elements, rude humor and action)
Run Time:  1h 48min
Release Date:  March 4, 2016 (USA)
Genre:  Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director:  Byron Howard and Rich Moore
Studio:  Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Budget:  $150 Million
Box Office:  $1.024 Billion

Zootopia stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Idris Elba, Jenny Slate, Nate Torrence, Bonnie Hunt, Don Lake, Tommy Chong, J.K. Simmons, Octavia Spencer, Alan Tudyk, Shakira, Tom Lister Jr., Kristen Bell and Josh Dallas.

Zootopia is the story of the mammal metropolis city of Zootopia where various animals from the largest elephant to the smallest shrew live and thrive.  When Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) becomes the first rabbit to join the police force, she quickly learns how tough it is to enforce the law. Determined to prove herself, Judy jumps at the opportunity to solve a mysterious case. Unfortunately, that means working with Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman), a wily cynical con artist fox who makes her job even harder as they piece together the clues as to where the 14 missing predator animals have gone and who is behind it all.

Movie Quotes

“What is your problem? Does seeing me fail somehow make you feel better about your sad, miserable life?” – Judy Hopps
“It does, 100%” – Nick Wilde 
“Naive little hick with good grades and big ideas decides, ‘Hey, look at me, I’m gonna move to Zootopia, where predators and prey live in harmony and sing Kumbaya!'” – Nick Wilde

“We have nothing to fear, but fear itself.” – Judy Hopps
“And bears!” – Stu Hopps

“First, we need to acknowledge the elephant in the room… Francine. Happy Birthday!” – Chief Bogo

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Ginnifer Goodwin as Judy Hopps

Jason Bateman as Nick Wilde

Idris Elba as Chief Bogo

Jenny Slate as Bellwether

Nate Torrence as Clawhauser

Bonnie Hunt as Bonnie Hopps

Don Lake as Stu Hopps

Tommy Chong as Yax

J.K. Simmons as Mayor Lionheart

Octavia Spencer as Mrs. Otterton

Alan Tudyk as Duke Weaselton

Shakira as Gazelle

Tom Lister Jr. as Finnick

Kristen Bell as Priscilla

Josh Dallas as Frantic Pig

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Quigley Down Under

Quigley Down Under is a 1990 Australian-American Western adventure film film directed by Simon Wincer and produced by Stanley O’Toole and Alexandra Rose.  The screenplay was written by John Hill.

Quigley Down Under | Quigley Down Under Movie Poster | 1990 | Tom Selleck | Laura San Giocomo | Alan Rickman | Ron Haddrick | Tony Bonner | Chris Haywood | Ben Mendelsohn | Simon Wincer | |
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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains intense sequences of western violence and shootings, brief nudity and some language)
Run Time:  1h 59min
Release Date:  October 19, 1990 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Drama, Western
Director:  Simon Wincer
Studio:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Budget:  $18 Million
Box Office:  $21.4 Million

Quigley Down Under stars Tom Selleck, Laura San Giocomo, Alan Rickman, Ron Haddrick, Tony Bonner, Chris Haywood and Ben Mendelsohn.

Quigley Down Under is the story of Matthew Quigley (Tom Selleck), an American cowboy and rifleman from Wyoming who travels to the Australian outback to answer a help wanted ad calling for a sharpshooter.  When Quigley meets his employer, Elliot Marston (Alan Rickman), a gentleman infatuated with stories of quick-draw gunslingers from the American Old West, he pays Quigley the 50 gold coins they had agreed upon for making the trip.

Following, Marston asks Quigley for a demonstration of his range and accuracy.  Quigley describes his weapon which he modified and demonstrates his ability by shooting a bucket in rapid succession three times at around 1,200 yards.  Impressed by Quigley’s ability, Marston wants him to use his sharpshooting skills to help eradicate the native Indigenous Aborigines.  Quigley finds the idea abhorrent refuses and the two men fight and when Quigley is knocked out, Marston leaves him and a local crazy woman named Cora (Laura San Giocomo) to die in a remote part of the outback.  They are rescued, however, by Aborigines, and plot their revenge against Marston.

Movie Quotes

“No man knocks me out of my own house!” – Elliott Marston 
“Very good, O’Flynn. You’ve improved!” – Elliott Marston
“Do you think I could ever be as good as you, Mr. Marston?” – O’Flynn
“What – you mean if you practiced a lot?” – Elliott Marston
“Yeah!” – O’Flynn
“No.” – Elliott Marston

“Said I didn’t have much use for ’em, never said I didn’t know how to use ’em.” – Matthew Quigley

“Don’t know where we’re goin’, but makin’ good time.” – Matthew Quigley

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Tom Selleck as Matthew Quigley

Laura San Giacomo as Crazy Cora

Alan Rickman as Elliott Marston

Ron Haddrick as Grimmelman

Tony Bonner as Dobkin

Chris Haywood as Major Ashley Pitt

Ben Mendelsohn as O’Flynn

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Galaxy Quest

Galaxy Quest is a 1999 American science fiction adventure comedy film directed by Dean Parisot and produced by Mark Johnson and Charles Newirth.  The screenplay was written by David Howard and Robert Gordon and is based on the story by David Howard.

Galaxy Quest | Galaxy Quest Movie Poster | 1999 | Tim Allen | Sigourney Weaver | Alan Rickman | Tony Shalhoub | Sam Rockwell | Daryl Mitchell | Enrico Colantoni | Robin Sachs | Patrick Breen | Missi Pyle | Justin Long | Rainn Wilson | Kevin McDonald | |
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Rated:  PG (movie contains action violence, mild language and sensuality)
Run Time:  1h 42min
Release Date:  December 25, 1999 (USA)
Genre:  Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi
Director:  Dean Parisot
Studio:  DreamWorks Pictures
Budget:  $45 Million
Box Office:  $90.7 Million

Galaxy Quest stars Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shaloub, Sam Rockwell, Daryl Mitchell, Enrico Colantoni, Robin Sachs, Patrick Breen, Missi Pyle, Jed Rees, Justin Long, Rainn Wilson and Kevin McDonald.

Galaxy Quest is the story of the stars of a 1970’s science fiction television show and the cast who are now working the convention circuit and living through their re-runs.  At a convention, a group approaches Jason Nesmith (Tim Allen) telling him they need his help and ask him to accompany them to negotiate a peace treaty.  Thinking they are just fans of the show, he accepts the job and is transported to their spacecraft.  Unbeknownst to Jason he thinks he is in a basement doing an acting job and when the negotiation takes place, he orders an attack on Sarris’ ship.  Thinking the job is done, he asks to go back home when he discovers he is actually on an alien spacecraft as he gets transported back to Earth.  The aliens come back to Earth and tell Jason that the attack was unsuccessful and that Sarris is going to destroy their people.  Jason recruits his other cast mates to go back to the ship to help in their quest to overcome the oppressive regime in their solar system.

Movie Quotes

“Never give up! Never surrender.” – Jason Nesmith 
“There’s a red thingy moving towards the green thingy… I think we’re the green thingy.” – Guy Fleegman

“What is this thing? I mean, it serves no useful purpose for there to be a bunch of chompy, crushy things in the middle of a hallway. No, I mean we shouldn’t have to do this, it makes no logical sense, why is it here?” – Gwen DeMarco
“Cause it’s on the television show.” – Jason Nesmith
“Well forget it! I’m not doing it! This episode was badly written! – Gwen DeMarco

“I’m not even supposed to be her. I’m just “Crewman Number Six.” I’m expendable. I’m the guy in the episode who dies to prove how serious the situation is. I’ve gotta get out of here.” – Guy Fleegman

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Tim Allen as Jason Nesmith

Sigourney Weaver as Gwen DeMarco

Alan Rickman as Alexander Dane

Tony Shalhoub as Fred Kwan

Sam Rockwell as Guy Fleegman

Daryl Mitchell as Tommy Webber

Enrico Colantoni as Mathesar

Robin Sachs as Sarris

Patrick Breen as Quellek

Missi Pyle as Laliari

Jed Rees as Teb

Justin Long as Brandon

Rainn Wilson as Lahnk

Kevin McDonald as Announcer

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Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye is a 2008 American action thriller film directed by D.J. Caruso and produced by Alex Kurtzman, Robert Orci and Pat Crowley.  The screenplay was written by John Glenn, Travis Adam Wright, Hillary Seitz and Dan McDermott and is based on the story by Dan McDermott.

Eagle Eye | Eagle Eye Movie Poster | 2008 | Shia LaBeouf | Michelle Monaghan | Rosario Dawson | Billy Bob Thornton | Michael Chiklis | Anthony Mackie | Ethan Embry | Cameron Boyce | William Sadler | Deborah Strang | Eric Christian Olsen | Marc Singer | Julianne Moore | |
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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains intense sequences of action and violence and language)
Run Time:  1h 58min
Release Date:  September 26, 2008 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Mystery, Thriller
Director:  D.J. Caruso
Studio:  DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures
Budget:  $80 Million
Box Office:  $178.8 Million

Eagle Eye stars Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson, Billy Bob Thornton, Michael Chiklis, Julianne Moore, Anthony Mackie, Ethan Embry, Cameron Boyce, William Sadler, Deborah Strang, Eric Christian and Marc Singer.

Eagle Eye is the story of Jerry Shaw (Shia LaBeouf), a Stanford University  dropout working at a copy shop who tragically learns his identical twin brother Ethan (also Shia LaBeouf) has been killed. Ethan was a minuteman officer in the U.S. Air Force with expertise in parallel algorithms and quantum electronics.

After Ethan’s funeral, Jerry stops by an ATM and mysteriously has $750,000 in his bank account. Money comes flying out of the machine and he scoops most of it up and takes off. Upon returning home, his whole apartment is full of military weapon crates, ammonium nitrate, forged passports and Department of Defense documents.  Suddenly he receives a call from a mysterious woman (Julianne Moore) who warns him that the FBI is about to arrest him and that he needs to run.

Disbelieving, Jerry is caught by the FBI and interrogated by Supervising Agent Tom Morgan (Billy Bob Thornton). While in custody, Jerry receives another call from the same mystery woman who assists him in escaping from custody and as events escalate he gets paired up with Rachel Holloman (Michelle Monaghan) who has also been contacted by the mystery woman. Threatening their families lives along with their own, the mystery woman pushes Jerry and Rachel into a series of increasingly dangerous situations, using the technology of everyday life to track and control their every move. Suddenly Jerry and Rachel become the country’s most wanted fugitives and must figure out what is happening to them.

Movie Quotes

“Jerry Shaw, you have been activated. Your compliance is vital.” – A.R.I.A. 
“If you’re staring at me, it better be because I’m the goddamn suspect. Because if I don’t get some good leads soon, you’re all gonna be demoted into something that’s gonna require touching shit with your hands.” – Agent Thomas Morgan

“Do you think they could derail a train?” – Rachel Holloman
“They changed every traffic light to get us here. The woman, she called me on a stranger’s cell phone who happened to be sitting next to me – never met the guy in my life. And then they broke me out of maximum security custody in a way I’m not even going to describe to you because it sounds crazy, and then they lift us off the face of the earth and drop us into the this shitpile. She could probably derail a train, she could probably turn a train into a talking duck.” – Jerry Shaw

“Listen, your son is as likely to be a terrorist as my brother.” – Jerry Shaw

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Shia LaBeouf as Jerry Shaw / Ethan Shaw

Michelle Monaghan as Rachel Holloman

Rosario Dawson as Zoe Perez

Billy Bob Thornton as Agent Thomas Morgan

Michael Chiklis as Defense Secretary Callister

Anthony Mackie as Major William Bowman

Ethan Embry as Agent Toby Grant

Cameron Boyce as Sam Holloman

William Sadler as Jerry’s Dad

Deborah Strang as Jerry’s Mom

Eric Christian Olsen as Craig

Marc Singer as Explosives Developer

Julianne Moore as A.R.I.A.

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Armageddon is a 1998 American sci-fi action adventure film directed by Michael Bay and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, Gale Anne Hurd and Michael Bay.  The screenplay was written by Jonathan Hensleigh, Tony Gilroy, Shane Salerno and J.J. Abrams and was adapted from the story by Robert Roy Pool and Jonathan Hensleigh.

Armageddon | Armageddon Movie Poster | Bruce Willis | Billy Bob Thornton | Ben Affleck | Liv Tyler | Will Patton | Steve Buscemi | William Fichtner | Owen Wilson | Michael Clarke Duncan | Peter Stormare | Ken Hudson Campbell | Jessica Steen | Keith David | Eddie Griffen | Charlton Heston | 1998 | |
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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains sci-fi disaster action, sensuality and brief language)
Run Time:  2h 31min
Release Date:  July 1, 1998 (USA)
Genre:  Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure, Drama, Romance
Director:  Michael Bay
Studio:  Touchstone Pictures and Buena Vista Pictures
Budget:  $140 Million
Box Office:  $553.7 Million

Armageddon stars Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Liv Tyler, Ben Affleck, Will Patton, Peter Stormare, Keith David, Michael Clarke Duncan, Steve Buscemi, William Fichtner, Owen Wilson, Ken Hudson Campbell, Jessica Steen, Eddie Griffin, Grace Zabriskie and Charlton Heston.

Armageddon is the story of Harry S. Stamper (Bruce Willis), a blue-collar deep-sea oil driller who is recruited by NASA to assist space on a mission to try to save the world from an asteroid on a collision course for Earth. Harry accepts the mission but only if he is able to bring his crew with him because they are the best drillers in the world. NASA begrudgingly accepts Harry’s terms, however, Harry’s crew does not fit the elite NASA astronaut profile.  Harry’s crew is comprised of A.J. Frost (Ben Affleck), Rockhound (Steve Buscemi), Max Lennert, Charles ‘Chick’ Chapel (Will Patton), Bear (Michael Clarke Duncan), Freddie Noonan and Oscar Choi (Owen Wilson).

The mission: Send two crews into outer space to intercept the asteroid, drill 2 deep-core holes in the asteroid, deliver a nuclear bomb to the deepest point, exit the asteroid and remotely detonate the nuclear warhead cleaving the asteroid into two pieces that will miss colliding with the Earth if the mission is competed before the asteroid crosses a distance threshold.

Harry splits his crew in half and A.J., Bear, Oscar and Noonan board the X-71 Space Shuttle orbiter Freedom and Harry leads the other crew who board X-71 Space Shuttle orbiter Independence.

Movie Quotes

“Ok, Mr. Truman, let’s say we actually do land on this. What’s it gonna be like up there?” – Oscar
“200 degrees in the sunlight, minus 200 in the shade, canyons of razor-sharp rock, unpredictable gravitational conditions, unexpected eruptions, things like that.” – Truman
Okay, so the scariest environment imaginable. Thanks. That’s all you gotta say, scariest environment imaginable.” – Oscar 
“You know we’re sitting on four million pounds of fuel, one nuclear weapon and a thing that has 270,000 moving parts built by the lowest bidder. Makes you feel good, doesn’t it?” – Rockhound

“A.J., I got just five words for you: Damn glad to see you boy!” – Harry Stamper
That’s six words.” – A.J. Stamper

“Miss Stamper? Colonel Willie Sharp, United States Air Force, ma’am. Requesting permission to shake the hand of the daughter of the bravest man I’ve ever met.” – Colonel William Sharp

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Bruce Willis as Harry S. Stamper

Billy Bob Thornton as Dan Truman

Ben Affleck as A.J. Frost

Liv Tyler as Grace Stamper

Will Patton as Chick

Steve Buscemi as Rockhound

William Fichtner as Colonel Willie Sharp

Owen Wilson as Oscar

Michael Clarke Duncan as Bear

Peter Stormare as Lev Andropov

Ken Hudson Campbell as Max

Jessica Steen as Co-Pilot Jennifer Watts

Keith David as General Kimsey

Eddie Griffin as Bike Messenger

Grace Zabriskie as Dottie

Charlton Heston as Narrator

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National Treasure

National Treasure is a 2004 American adventure heist drama directed by Jon Turteltaub and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and Jon Turteltaub.  The screenplay was written by Jim Kouf, Cormac Wibberley and Marianne Wibberley and is based on the story by Jim Kouf, Oren Aviv and Charles Segars.

National Treasure | National Treasure Movie Poster | Nicolas Cage | Diane Kruger | Justin Bartha | Sean Bean | Jon Voight | Harvey Keitel | Christopher Plummer | David Dayan Fisher | Ron Canada | 2004 | |
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Rated:  PG (movie contains action violence and some scary images)
Run Time:  2h 11min
Release Date:  November 19, 2004 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Family, Thriller
Director:  Jon Turteltaub
Studio:  Buena Vista Pictures and Walt Disney Pictures
Budget:  $100 Million
Box Office:  $347.5 Million

National Treasure stars Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Sean Bean, Jon Voight, Harvey Keitel, Christopher Plummer, David Dayan Fisher and Ron Canada.

National Treasure is the story of Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage), a historian and treasure hunter who is seeking a buried treasure unlike any other. For several generations the Gates family has been searching for clues to discover the hidden location of the legendary national treasure. Ben’s father Patrick Gates (Jon Voight) spent more than 20 years working through clues left by the free masons before giving up on ever finding it.

The plot takes a twist when Ben is hired by Ian Howe (Sean Bean) to pursue a clue to the treasures whereabouts. Ben deciphers clues that lead him and Ian to a frozen tundra where they locate a long since missing ship and decode a message that leads them to the Declaration of Independence holding the next clue. Ian then plans to steal the Declaration. Ben refused Ian’s plan and the situation becomes hostile. When Ben returns to the US, he notifies the FBI about the possible theft but they refuse to believe him noting that the document is one of the most protected documents in America.

In order to thwart Ian’s plans, Ben determines the only way to protect the Declaration of Independence is to steal the document himself. Ben and his best friend Riley Poole (Justin Bartha) meet with Abigail Chase (Diane Kruger) who is the curator of the archives and tells her the same story he told the FBI. With that, Ben is forced to act on his own to protect the most famous document in the world.

Ben and Riley plan a very intricate robbery and schedule it during a black tie event at the museum. In the meantime, Abigail gets suspicious when Ben shows up at the party and interferes with the robbery. As a result, Ben takes her hostage and then uses her skills to help decipher clues on the back of the Declaration and follows them to try to protect the national treasure from getting in the hands of Ian. Will Ben be able to save the treasure?

Movie Quotes

“The Templars and the Freemasons believed that the treasure was too great for any one man to have, not even a king. That’s why they went to such lengths to keep it hidden.” – Agent Sandusky 
“There is not a treasure map on the back of the Declaration of Independence.” – Abigail Chase

“This room is real, Ben. And that means the treasure is real. We’re in the company of some of the most brilliant minds in history because you found what they left behind for us to find, and understood the meaning of it. You did it, Ben, for all of us – your grandfather, and all of us. And I’ve never been so happy to be proven wrong.” – Patrick Gates

“A toast? Yeah. To high treason. That’s what these men were committing when they signed the Declaration. Had we lost the war, they would have been hanged, beheaded, drawn and quartered, and-Oh? Oh, my personal favorite-and had their entrails cut out and burned!” – Ben Gates

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Nicolas Cage as Benjamin Franklin Gates

Diane Kruger as Abigail Chase

Justin Bartha as Riley Poole

Sean Bean as Ian Howe

Jon Voight as Patrick Gates

Harvey Keitel as Agent Sandusky

Christopher Plummer as John Adams Gates

David Dayan Fisher as Shaw

Ron Canada as Guard Woodriff

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A Perfect Getaway

A Perfect Getaway is a 2009 American mystery adventure thriller film directed by David Twohy and produced by Ryan Kavanaugh, Mark Canton, Tucker Tooley and Robbie Brenner.  The screenplay was also written by David Twohy.

A Perfect Getaway | A Perfect Getaway Movie Poster | Steve Zahn | Timothy Olyphant | Milla Jovovich | Kiele Sanchez | Marley Shelton | Chris Hemsworth | Anthony Ruivivar | Dale Dickey | 2009 | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains graphic violence, language including sexual references and some drug use)
Run Time:  1h 38min
Release Date:  August 9, 2009 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Thriller, Romance, Drama
Director:  David Twohy
Studio:  Rogue Pictures
Budget:  $14 Million
Box Office:  $22.9 Million

A Perfect Getaway stars Steve Zahn, Timothy Olyphant, Milla Jovovich, Kiele Sanchez, Marley Shelton, Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Ruivivar and Dale Dickey.

A Perfect Getaway is the story of Cliff (Steve Zahn) and Cydney (Milla Jovovich), an adventurous couple enjoying their honeymoon on Kauai while getting ready to hike a gorgeous 11-mile trail to a spectacular secluded beach. On their way, the couple stops for Cleo (Marley Shelton) and Kale (Chris Hemsworth), another pair of newlyweds trying to hitch a ride by the side of the road. Cliff gets intimidated by Kale and tells the couple they need to find another ride and Cliff and Cydney drive off.

Cliff and Cydney get to the trail head and begin their adventure. A short while into the hike, they get to a narrow ridge in the trail and are unsure they can make it across. While contemplating turning around, another hiker, Nick (Timothy Olyphant) shows up and demonstrates how to cross a particularly tricky section of the trail and the trio continue to walk together.

Further up the trail, the trio comes across a group of upset girls who were trying to get their cell phones to work after losing their signal while one girl was speaking to her father. On the call she learned that a young couple had been found dead in Honolulu. The victims had their teeth pulled out and fingerprints removed and the police are on the lookout for a man and a woman as suspects. As it turns out, Cliff and Cydney just came from there before they embarked on the trail and Nick mentions he was also just there.

The trio continues to hike when Nick decides to break off from them. He mentions that he just hiked back to get some things he forgot. Cliff and Cydney discuss whether they should stick with Nick who is walking back to his camp or if they should continue. Nick doesn’t mind either way. The couple was about to head off on their own when Cliff suddenly has a change of heart after spotting Cleo and Kale on the trail just below them. They stick with Nick and continue to a waterfall, where Nick’s girlfriend Gina (Kiele Sanchez) is lying down on a raft naked. Nick strips off his clothes and joins her in the water.

The next morning, the two couples trek their way towards the popular beach. It will not take them long to realize that both Nick and Gina are a little odd and suspiciously fit the description of the killers.

Movie Quotes

“I’m a goddamn American Jedi.” – Nick 
“He is really hard to kill.” – Gina

“Sometimes it seems like… like nothing exists until we get there, until we put our eyes on it. Like the whole world was manufactured for our wants and needs, ya know?” – Cliff

“I know that in some bent way, your need for detachment fits my need for attachment, that’s it.” – Cydney

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Steve Zahn as Cliff

Timothy Olyphant as Nick

Milla Jovovich as Cydney

Kiele Sanchez as Gina

Marley Shelton as Cleo

Chris Hemsworth as Kale

Anthony Ruivivar as Chronic

Dale Dickey as Earth Mama

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